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Hello, this is Dr Linda, a UK based vet.
I'm so sorry to hear Petal has this issue.
You are welcome to send me a photo to assess the growth.
Has a vet seen it and is surgery an option?
Without further information it is very difficult for me to provide the best advice but I shall certainly.
Please reply when you can and we can continue the conversation.
A large tumour can impede movement, become infected and cause pain.
A surgery may be advised, either to debulk the tumour (make it smaller and less of a hindrance) or remove it completely if this is possible.
It is best to see a vet in person to discuss this and make a plan.